“Hand embroidered illustration, stitched art.” By Sam Gibson in the UK.
From ancient Egyptian religions to Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat” to the latest I Can Haz Cheeseburger meme, felines, literature, and culture have enjoyed a long love affair. But perhaps no other feline has walked through history in quite the fashion that a Mediterranean cat did when it left paw prints across the pages of a 15th century manuscript from Dubrovnik, Croatia.
While thumbing through the manuscript in July 2011, Emir O. Filipović, a teaching and research assistant at the University of Sarajevo, discovered pages of the book stained with the inky paw prints of a cat and snapped a picture—something he planned on sharing with colleagues and students for a laugh.
(Source: National Geographic)
Counting Crows - “Palisades Park”
It’s a bad dream we’re not havin anymore…
Climb out your bedroom window,
Shimmy down the fire escape
And say goodbye.
|Me:||Do you think Chewbacca uses conditioner?|
|James:||Dove for men.|